London Borough of Waltham Forest
Waltham Forest is a vibrant outer London Borough with shovel ready sites and well-developed plans on how to secure and deliver growth in the borough. New development focuses on four key growth areas: Walthamstow, Wood Street, Blackhorse Lane and Lea Valley Eastside. Our latest proposals in the Lea Valley Eastside Vision, a regeneration scheme equivalent in size to the City of London, will see delivery of nearly 4,500 new homes, 300,000m² of commercial floor space, significant improvements to infrastructure and the creation of new facilities and communities.
With acres of green space, ambitious plans for growth, excellent transport connections and award winning schemes, Waltham Forest is an East London development hot spot. The premise of our plans is to create communities that help residents live a quality life through the delivery of quality new homes, jobs and social infrastructure, culture and commercial space.
OPPORTUNITY LONDON 2021, NLA LONDON BOROUGHS REPORT - Waltham Forest
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Waltham Forest Town Hall
Hawkins\Brown is restoring Waltham Forest’s Grade II-listed Town Hall, transforming the site into a vibrant neighbourhood where council staff, local businesses and residents can come together.
Waltham Forest Active Travel Centre
The solar-powered Active Travel Centre at Walthamstow Central operates as a base for secure cycle parking, local authority cycle hire, bike repair and a hub for the borough’s Behaviour Change Unit.
Cheney Row Park
Cheney Row was a former landfill site that, through remediation and community co-design, has been transformed. The new £1.2m park includes an events space, outdoor stage, playspace and 467 new trees.
Adjacent to the listed Central Parade building, 19 mixed-tenure dwellings will be provided alongside ground floor commercial spaces and mews. 2 further dwellings provided within the existing building.
Our proposals on behalf of Waltham Forest Council restore the historic and Grade II* EMD cinema on Hoe Street to a live performance venue with a focus on comedy and community.